Beautiful Handmade Creations with a "country" flair. Stacy Lynne is an active member of the On Fire for Handmade Group and creates wonderful accessories for the home and more!
Stacy runs small hobby farm out side of Milan,Mi were they take in unwanted farm animals. Half the profits of what she sells goes toward the animals food, housing and vet care. Crocheting has been a passion since being taught by her mom at the age of 10. She continually strives to blend creativity and versatility in each of her items. Stacy loves what she does and is constantly looking, creating, and discovering.
I am excited this week to feature a fellow artisan who is almost my neighbor. Although we do not know one another, I live just 65-70 miles west of Chris. Such a small world :) Chris enjoys making "stuff" and loves to try new mediums in her projects. Keep up with Chris by following her blog and liking her Facebook page. And be sure to check out her boards on Pinterest. Chris is an avid "do-it-yourselfer" has oodles of DIY projects posted on her boards.
Today's Featured Artist on Share the Love, Blogger's Unite is Christina Designs Art. You will find Handmade Jewelry: bracelets, earrings, and hair pins sorted by Color Collections in her Etsy shop.
This weeks Featured Artisans are Debbie and John of Thunder Rose Leather. You will find original quality made leather accessories! Handbags, clutches, baby moccasins, medicine bags and more!
Debbie and John are buckskin and bead work artists living outside Sedona, Arizona in a little community called Cornville. All of their work is handmade in Arizona and they guarantee their work. Elkskin is the primary leather used with buffalo, deerskin, and deer tanned cowhide also available. Debbie and John do old style leather and beadwork by hand, one piece at a time and pay close attention to detail. Visittheir websites to see all their beautiful items and don't forget to "like" their Facebook page!